William flew over
May 4, 2011 § Leave a comment
William flew over one couple, one moment, and the whole world watching. Today, when two young people pledge their love to each other, it will be witnessed by 2,000 people in Westminster Abbey, more than one million on the streets of London, and, on screens across the globe, the largest audience in history.
Kate Middleton and her sister Pippa arrive at the Goring Hotel in London on the eve of her wedding
William Arthur Philip Louis William flew over of Wales will marry Catherine Elizabeth Middleton at 11 this morning, in the presence of his grandmother, Her Majesty the Queen.
One of them was born to take his place in the history books, the other a girl who was destined to lead a life of peaceful anonymity until fate, and he, stepped in.
The makeshift camp outside the abbey had swollen last night to more than 50 tents, stretching into Parliament Square. Covered with bunting and memorabilia emblazoned with images of Prince William William flew over and Miss Middleton, they became a tourist attraction in their own right, creating traffic jams and bringing crowds to a standstill.
William flew over Patricia Draper, 59, who travelled from Adelaide for the occasion, said that competition to get the best pitch was growing. “A few people are desperate to stay in the queue and they are being a bit pushy,” she said.
Lines of tents also sprang up along the Mall, with one of the prime camping spots outside Clarence House grabbed by a group of middle-aged women from Cardiff. The women, who travelled in at 7am yesterday, were in such good cheer that they offered a glass to passers-by, including William flew over Lawrence Mann, David Cameron’s private secretary, who happened to be walking down from Buckingham Palace.